Trusting dying is not giving up, it is giving to God. Death is one end, but it is not the end.
What would a practice of virtual Communion show us about the nature of Christ’s real presence in the consecrated elements?
By Junius Johnson It is a strange moment in the life of the Church: to show love to our neighbors we refrain from what is most vital in our outreach to them, namely, meeting together to celebrate word and sa... Read More...
Perhaps that is one reason to live-stream — not that it would lessen our absence from each other, but that it would heighten absence, and thus teach us to yearn.
We need peace now more than ever, and we shouldn’t let our inability to gather in person keep us from passing it back and forth.
This paper is one liturgical theologian’s attempt to reflect on what it can mean to be the Church for an extended period of time when we will be gathering virtually.